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MEET THE 2018


LARGEST PROVIDERS


IN SENIOR LIVING BY ANGELA HICKMAN


The 2018 list of the largest providers in senior living (pp.8-13) reveals few changes from 2017. Brookdale, at three times the size of the No. 2 company on the list, continues to hold the top spot. In fact, the same fi ve companies remain in the top fi ve. However, this year’s list captures several players not included in past lists, including Generations, Charter Senior Living, Arrow Senior Living, and others, which enabled the list to grow from 115 providers in 2017 to 125 providers in 2018 for a total of 586,662 senior living units. Among just the top 115, the lists show 4.5 percent growth in the overall number of units from 2017 to 2018.


Also new this year is a list of the largest not-for-profi t providers, where National Senior Campuses (NSC) sits on top with more than 23,000 units, placing it at No. 6 if included with for-profi t providers. NSC focuses on aff ordable continuing care retirement communities. Its next largest competitor is the Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, with more than 8,000 units, placing it at No. 15 if included on the for-profi t providers list.


Based on comments from providers regarding recent and continued plans for growth, the senior living industry seems poised for another period of signifi cant expansion.


SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2018 ARGENTUM.ORG 7


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